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Kiwi Bird Picture

Posted in Graphics,Travel by Elliott Back on March 9th, 2006.

Cuteoverload reposted the clearest photo of a New Zealand (NZ) Kiwi bird that I’ve seen so far:

Kiwi Newborn

It seems to come from the National Geographic, a picture of the second Kiwi bird to be born in captivity.

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15 Responses to “Kiwi Bird Picture”

  1. catherine says:

    wow that is 1 cute kiwi
    i wish i had a kiwi like dat

  2. Flu-Bird says:

    The KIWI the national emblem of NEW ZEALAND so popular the natives their call themselves KIWIS after the bird

  3. Brooke says:

    AWWW HES SO ADORIBLE!!!!!!! ur ppl are lucky u live in New Zealand i live in the USA now i really want a Kiwi!!!

  4. Birdzilla says:

    I understand the KIWI is so popular in NEW ZEALAND the citizens call themselves KIWIS after the birds

  5. jessie-may says:

    he is so cute that i want him or her

  6. Sg16 says:

    oh. i love kiwi birds. i’ve wanted to visit new zealand to see one for the longest time…

  7. ann says:

    that is kool eh

  8. james says:

    what the #### is this?

  9. jp says:

    i want a kiwi now. LMAO! XD hella funny.

  10. Hannah says:

    Oh! So cute!

  11. Overshard says:

    If I was a kiwi bird I would want to look just like that… the chicks dig it.

  12. Danielle says:

    It’s adorable!!

  13. Catharsis says:

    I really, really would like to put that kiwi in a hamster cage and make it run a wheel. I would also like to stare it down, nose to beak-thing. It’s making me hungry for a kiwi (fruit), that’s for sure.

  14. Ben says:

    Ah, our national bird. Good that we’re finally succeeding in getting a few born in captivity, things aren’t as dire for their population as they once were.

    Still, as a national emblem, a nocturnal flightless bird that eats by sticking it’s beak in the ground to find grubs – where did that choice come from?

    Not the most awe inspiring.

    Cute though, that’s for sure.

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